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My research focuses on questions at the interface of community ecology, digestive physiology, and life history evolution. I primarily study bees because they represent an excellent system for asking questions about the evolution of mutualistic relationships and the mechanisms that drive these interactions. My work leverages techniques from genetics, chemical ecology, and physiology, and integrates both laboratory and fieldwork components for a more comprehensive perspective of my study system.
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